Fashion Roundup: Gisele Bundchen Selling Jewelry; Was Anna Wintour’s Fundraiser a Bust?; Fashion Week Crisis Averted

gisele Fashion Roundup: Gisele Bundchen Selling Jewelry; Was Anna Wintours Fundraiser a Bust?; Fashion Week Crisis AvertedGisele Bundchen is putting several pieces of jewelry—including a colored diamond ring estimated to bring in $15,000 to $20,000, and a diamond pendant necklace estimated to fetch up to $150,000—up for auction at Christie’s. The jewelry is believed to be gift from her former boyfriend, Leonardo DiCaprio. [WWD]

Anna Wintour‘s Obama fundraiser that also featured Sarah Jessica Parker was disappointing, because 400 guests were packed in like "sardines." But! At least there is a video of Ms. Wintour speaking. [Pierce Mattie Public Relations New York & Los Angeles via The Cut]  

Designer Giles Deacon sent a series of models in Pac Man helmets down the runway for his show yesterday. [Vogue UK]  

One of Vivienne Westwood‘s song on her new CD is about the legalized 42-day detention of suspected terrorists. [WWD]

The timing conflict with the CFDA that threatened to shorten London Fashion Week to just two days has been resolved and a five-day slot has been secured for February. [Vogue UK]

Naomi Campbell says she’s not angry, just frustrated, that people don’t seem to recognize her contributions to fashion and charity. [Times UK

 

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